Academics
Welcome to the Academic Learning Center

Address: B-07 (Lower Level) Administration Building
Phone: 610-921-7662
Fax: 610-929-6703
E-mail: academiclearningcenter@albright.edu

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Walk-In Office Hours:
Monday 2-4 p.m. and Wednesday 9-11 a.m.

Appointment: Available every day by request; contact our secretary 

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The Academic Learning Center provides Albright students with the opportunity to enhance their academic careers. The peer tutoring program, academic skills workshops, and academic coaching offer students avenues to succeed at a higher level in their coursework while attending Albright. The ALC is committed to helping students through group work and one-on-one consultation. By collaborating closely with students’ faculty and academic advisers, and with other support units like the Writing Center and Disability Services Office, the ALC helps provide a clear path to academic planning and success.

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Mission:

The Academic Learning Center’s mission is to provide a variety of academic support and opportunities to enhance academic achievement for all students.  The Center works collaboratively with faculty, academic departments, and student services to provide a comprehensive set of support programs tailored to meet each individual student’s needs.  The Center offers a College Reading and Learning Association-certified peer tutoring program, academic workshop series, academic probation recovery program, and individualized academic coaching sessions to help students develop into scholars and leaders while supporting retention goals.

Goals:

  1. Oversee and maintain peer tutoring program, which provides both individual and group tutoring for 100 and 200 level General Education courses. 
  2. Provide academic coaching, specifically to freshman, sophomore and at-risk students, and manage the Academic Probation Recovery Program. 
  3. Organize and facilitate Academic Enrichment Workshops
  4. Support faculty and their courses
  5. Provide meaningful academic leadership and experiential learning opportunities for students through the CRLA-certified peer tutoring program.